Synsets for "outback"

Synset: outback.n.01

Synonyms: outback

Part of Speech: NOUN

Definition: the bush country of the interior of Australia

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Lemmas: outback

Hypernym: bush

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Synset: outback.s.01

Synonyms: outback

Part of Speech: ADJECTIVE SATELLITE

Definition: inaccessible and sparsely populated;

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Lemmas: outback remote

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Outback Steakhouse Outback Steakhouse was the title sponsor of the Outback Champions Series tennis events and NCAA football's Outback Bowl. The sponsorship will last through 2020.
Outback Communities Authority The "Outback Communities (Administration and Management) Act 2009" established the Outback Communities Authority as the legal successor to the "Outback Areas Community Development Trust" which had previously been established in 1978 under the "Outback Areas Community Development Trust Act 1978".
Outback Bound Outback Bound is a 1988 American television film about a snooty Beverly Hills woman who goes to outback Australia.
Outback Highway The Outback Highway or Outback Way is a series of roads and dirt tracks linking Winton, Queensland and Laverton, Western Australia. At , it crosses Central Australia (colloquially known as the Outback), passing through Queensland, the Northern Territory and Western Australia.
Outback Indigenous Australians have lived in the Outback for approximately 50,000 years and occupied all Outback regions, including the driest deserts, when Europeans first entered central Australia in the 1800s. Many Indigenous Australians retain strong physical and cultural links to their traditional country and are legally recognised as the Traditional Owners of large parts of the Outback under Commonwealth Native Title legislation.
Jack Absalom He also starred in a number of television series produced by the Australian Broadcasting Corporation (ABC) covering survival techniques and documentaries on the Australian outback, including “Absalom's Outback” when he travelled to remote outback locations in a Chrysler Sigma.
Subaru Outback Subaru released a new generation of Outback along with an equivalent Legacy in 1998—or 1999 in North America for model year 2000. This Outback received the "Legacy Lancaster" name in Japan. Following much the same formula as the original, the updated series shared similar mechanics and dimensions, but with the abbreviated Subaru Outback title now specified for most markets outside Europe and Japan. For the first time, an Outback sedan joined the wagon for North America only.
Subaru Legacy (fourth generation) As of the 2008 model year, the Legacy wagon and Outback sedan were discontinued in the United States, leaving only the Legacy sedan and Outback wagon models. The Outback wagon also received styling revisions for the 2008 model year, most notably an enlarged, chrome-ringed grille. Additionally, in July, 2008 Subaru ceased offering a special edition L.L. Bean trim level on the Outback.
Outback (G.I. Joe) In the Devil's Due series, Outback is one of the many Joes drawn back into service to battle 'Coil'. It is the army created by Serpentor that has just taken over Cobra Island. Outback says to Leatherneck that he, Outback, has just been called up two days ago. Moments later, he is shot in the lower left of his chest. Leatherneck drives off the Cobra attacker, declaring that he is angry because his 'buddy' was injured. Outback survives his injuries.
Oregon Outback VeloDirt organizes the Oregon Outback Dirt Odyssey bikepacking race.
Outback (Transformers) Outback appeared in the TFcon 2008 voice play "Primitive Recall."
Spirit of the Outback The Spirit of the Outback has three classes of travel:
Outback (G.I. Joe) Outback was first released as an action figure in 1987.
Spirit of the Outback The "Spirit of the Outback" passes through coastal landscapes and then travels into the Outback, through mountain ranges, sunburnt plains and historic towns and to attractions such as the Australian Stockman's Hall of Fame and Qantas Founders Outback Museum. The train operates twice weekly. In January 2015, the service will be upgraded with refurbished L series carriages. Motorail services were also withdrawn.
Outback Bowl Outback Steakhouse became the game's title sponsor in 1995. At the same time, the newly renamed Outback Bowl signed agreements with the Southeastern Conference and the Big Ten Conference, creating an annual inter-sectional matchup that has continued ever since.
Blooming onion Despite the implied association with Australian cuisine due to Outback Steakhouse's branding, the dish is almost unknown in Australia (much like the Outback Steakhouse chain itself).
Bulloo Developmental Road The Bulloo Developmental Road is an outback road in Queensland, Australia. It is part of the Adventure Way, a route from Brisbane to Adelaide via the Australian Outback.
Outback (Transformers) Outback is a fictional character in the Transformers universe. He's an Autobot who turns into a car. Due to trademark issues, newer toys of the character are named Fallback, although he's often still called Outback in the comics.
Outback Steakhouse Outback also offers a gluten free menu which includes most of its normal menu items with slight variations. Outback has recently added gluten-free beverage choices, including Angry Orchard cider.
Outback Steakhouse Outback Steakhouse has a program to support the communities in which its restaurants are located. On a national level, Outback partners with Heineken USA and their Heineken with a Heart program to raise funds for various organizations in these communities.